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Details, Details, Details…50 German tiles

Creating a building that satisfies a customer means addressing hundreds of issues.  Certainly, doing everything you can to deliver the project on schedule is paramount.  Assuring the highest quality construction is critical.  And listening carefully to each owner in order to establish what needs to be accomplished takes priority.

But when […]

January 29th, 2014|Details, Details, Details|

We’ll give you 4 reasons to Re-Construct with Channel

  1. Channel can tell you if your project is economically feasible.  An informed estimate of the extent of reconstruction needed on the building you have in mind can prevent costly mistakes.  If we don’t feel the building being considered is a worthwhile investment, we’ll say so.  If we find the project […]
January 21st, 2014|Did you know?|

Zero tolerance for unsafe operating practices

Safety on the jobsite is NOT something we take lightly and we know it’s a major concern for our clients as well.  Channel has a strong commitment to safety.  Therefore, we engage an outside consultant to evaluate each job periodically, in an effort to eliminate accidents.  At Channel, we have […]

November 19th, 2013|Did you know?|

We are a Varco-Pruden Builder

Varco-Pruden is a world leader in the pre-engineered steel building industry and Channel is proud to be a VP Builder within the New England region.  Together, we offer the best in design flexibility and sophistication, all performed in short order.  When pre-engineered is the right solution, Channel […]

November 6th, 2013|Affiliations, Did you know?|

Team Construction, a Winning Combination

Channel’s Team Construction Approach is our unique method of delivering design and construction services.  As team leader, Channel assembles all key professionals involved in the building process at project onset.  This team works cooperatively to bring about the best solution for you, the owner.

Conceived by Channel, the Team Construction Approach […]

October 9th, 2013|Did you know?|

We’ve Got No Secrets

The majority of our projects are run on an open book basis using data from our fully integrated construction software program, Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (formerly Timberline Software) system.  You receive up-to-date reports of exactly where the project stands at any given time.  You gain a clear understanding of all […]

September 30th, 2013|Did you know?|

Better Planning, Better Building

Pre-construction planning, in our opinion, is the most important part of the entire construction process. What happens before construction starts has more of a net effect on the end result than the actual field work. Channel’s greatest strength lies in this pre-construction phase.

August 19th, 2013|Did you know?, Home Left|

When the Best and the Brightest Come Together

Channel recognizes the importance of specialists on the building team. The complex project development process calls for detailed and technical knowledge of everything from financial and building permits to structural engineering and space planning.

August 19th, 2013|Did you know?|

Historical Parish of Christ Church Andover is Complete

It is with great pride that we announce today that we have completed a 10-month project for the Parish of Christ Church for the design-build renovation of an original HH Richardson designed building located on Central Street in the historical section of Andover, Massachusetts.

The project consisted of designing and building the nave […]

January 18th, 2012|Headlines|

The Dollar General in Nashua, NH is Completed

Today, we are happy to announce the completion a renovation project for Dollar General on East Hollis Street in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Tennessee-based Dollar General is the nation’s largest small-box discount retailer with over 9,500 stores in 35 states. This new location is part of their major expansion program in 2011 and beyond, bringing […]

December 7th, 2011|Headlines|
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